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Seeking Participants for June Celebrations in East Hampton

Thu, 05/09/2024 - 11:48
At the 2023 Hamptons Pride Parade in East Hampton
Durell Godfrey

Organizers of the Hamptons Pride Parade on June 1 have put out the call for marchers, while the committee overseeing a Juneteenth family festival are looking for vendors to set up in Herrick Park on June 19. 

Those who want to be part of the Hamptons Pride Parade can register on the organization’s website,, through May 29. The parade will set out at noon from near Guild Hall, proceed north on Main Street, and finish at Herrick Park on Newtown Lane, where there will be a celebration. 

Meanwhile, the Juneteenth Jubilee Celebration Committee is looking for vendors interested in being part of a family festival that will run from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Herrick Park. Vendor applications are available through the Acre Shoe Community Development Facebook page and are due by June 3. 


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